Just weeks after settling their divorce three years after the first filing, Armie Hammer and his ex-wife Elizabeth Chambers have also reached a custody agreement.
Hammer, 36, and Chambers, 40, were married from May 2010 until their split in July 2020, and share two children, Harper, 8, and Ford Douglas Amand, 6.
New court documents obtained by The explosion reveal that the exes will ‘share joint legal custody’ of their children and both have agreed that they will not give the children candy while in their care.
The documents also revealed that Hammer will keep all royalties and residuals earned through his acting work, including his most recent film, 2022’s Death on the Nile.
Hammer was also allowed to keep a GMC Denali vehicle and his life insurance policy, although the court ordered the actor to pay his ex-wife’s mother a loan, “in the amount of $285,000, plus interest.” .
Custody: Just weeks after settling their divorce three years after they were first filed, Armie Hammer and his ex-wife Elizabeth Chambers also reached a custody agreement.
Children: Hammer, 36, and Chambers, 40, were married from May 2010 until their separation in July 2020, and share two children, Harper, 8, and Ford Douglas Amand, 6.
Hammer and Chambers also agreed to “confer in advance and in good faith on matters relating to education, educational placement, religious training, medical treatment, and other aspects of health and welfare.”
The agreement also establishes rules prohibiting each other from giving candy to their children and displaying it in any form of media.
The documents state that “neither Party shall publish, cause to be published, or consent to the publication of photographs or personal information of Minor Children in magazines, newspapers, television, radio, or other media, without providing the other Party with reasonable prior notice of the planned publication.’
‘This provision is intended to apply to formal postings and interviews, and is not intended to prevent either Party from casually discussing Minor Children, such as during a red carpet interview or other unscheduled interaction regarding which you would not be notified. in advance to the other Party. is feasible,’ the documents add.
The docs also allow photos of the children, “on any form of social media,” though there are restrictions there as well.
The physical location of children must not be tagged in the photos, and the photos must not contain any physical landmarks that give away their location.
The agreement also prohibits both parties from posting photos on social media that display the logo or name of their children’s schools.
It is also revealed that both Hammer and Chambers intend to return to Los Angeles at some point and will participate in counseling sessions on co-parenting.
Faith: Hammer and Chambers also agreed to “confer in advance and in good faith on matters relating to education, educational placement, religious training, medical treatment, and other aspects of health and welfare.”
Rules: The agreement also establishes rules that prohibit each other from displaying in any form of media
Social media: The docs also allow photos of the children, “on any form of social media,” though there are restrictions there as well.
The agreement also includes language that allows both parties to talk negatively about the other around the children.
“Neither Party shall make, or knowingly permit another person to make, any negative, derogatory, or derogatory comments about the other Party in the presence or within earshot of the Minor Children and each party shall immediately remove the Minor Children from any third to do then’, says the agreement.
“This will include, but is not limited to, family members, friends, or any other third parties in the presence or within earshot of minor children,” it continues.
The agreement adds that neither party will smoke cigarettes in front of the children, and both must also refrain from giving the children candy when they are with them.
The court papers say: “The parties acknowledge and agree that it is not in the best interests of minor children to constantly have candy during either parent’s respective custodial times, and the parties will refrain from giving minor children candy during each visit. “.
The agreement adds that neither party will introduce a new romantic partner to the children unless they have been with that partner exclusively for more than six months, and must obtain the other parent’s permission before doing so.